Cancel culture

An antidote to today’s censorious way of reading.

Yonah Lavery-Yisraeli
Dec. 5 2023 12:01AM

Some ancient wisdom for our censorious times.

David Wolpe and Ammiel Hirsch
March 1 2023 12:01AM

“One cannot really understand the truth if one does not understand the arguments that can be urged against it.”

Nov. 1 2022 12:01AM

A Yale political scientist joins us to talk about esoteric writing and how to understand its relation to politics.

June 10 2022 12:46AM

The benefits of not cancelling Jesse Jackson.

Eli Lake and Abe Foxman
May 13 2022 12:01AM

The New Yorker’s fawning avoids the denunciations and hand-wringing that we’ve come to expect when other bigots are profiled.

Caitlin Flanagan
May 2 2022 12:01AM

The recent decision to stop selling the books of a disgraced Orthodox children’s author reflects a pre-liberal sensibility worth recovering.

March 31 2022 1:06AM

Princeton University halted an art installation featuring, among other pieces, the work of two Jewish soldiers who had served in the Confederate army.

Leonard Milberg
March 31 2022 12:01AM


Eve Barlow
March 18 2022 12:01AM

The fear of being forever canceled and shamed is more apparent than the fear of betraying oneself.

Marc Eichenbaum
Feb. 28 2022 12:01AM

The real threats to American Jewry lie elsewhere.

Ruthie Blum and Jonathan Tobin
Oct. 13 2021 12:01AM

If we’re going to shame people, we should also find a way to forgive them.

Sept. 15 2021 12:01AM

Absent God, we live in a world where the shameless flourish.

Aug. 2 2021 12:01AM

An unabashedly Jewish comedian who won over audiences of all faiths.

John Podhoretz, Thane Rosenbaum and Tevi Troy
July 27 2021 12:01AM